It is clear that education, in a way, is one of the best heritages that we can pass on through our genes. It helps us keep moving forward, do new things, and open new doors that the best economy cannot. And this is what Bermaz Auto Philippines (BAP), the official distributor of Mazda vehicles in the Philippines, is sponsoring our needy yet deserving out-of-school youths.
Mazda has partnered with MFI Foundation, Inc., to develop a scholarship program called the MFI’s Industrial Technicians’ Scholarship Program. Now in its third year, the program has just accepted 20 more youths to train under TESDA-accredited Dual Training System Automotive Motorcycle Technology course.
Mazda PH continues to offer skills training to out-of-school youths
These 20 scholars will undergo one academic year at MFI campus. This will be followed by 1,440 hours of supervised on-the-job training at several Mazda showrooms on their second year.
According to President and CEO of BAP, Mazda Philippines always wants to dedicate its lives to the Filipinos, to create generations of Filipinos who will be better than we are now, and to educate the country’s youths. The Mazda program welcomes all students that have shown their dedication and strong interest in pursuing their goal of learning all the things about motorcycle and automotive technology, repair and troubleshooting.
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Now in its third year, the program has just accepted 20 more youths to train under the course
Since 2014, the scholarship program has supported around 80 youths. 11 graduates of the course have been hired directly by various Mazda showrooms while the rest have taken on many other works in the automotive industry.
Yes, education isn’t just the abacus, it truly helps develop a personality of a person and improve his/her life.